The 2012-2013 Ford Mustang Boss 302 is broadly thought-about to be among the many finest Mustangs of all time to drive, nevertheless it appears to be like like one proprietor didn’t get that memo, as a result of he’s placing his up for public sale this week with solely 41.eight miles on its odometer and the manufacturing facility plastic wrap on its seats.
It’s a very uncommon Laguna Seca high-performance mannequin, of which solely 767 had been in-built 2012, and was by no means even dealer-prepped.
Together with the 444 hp 5.Zero-liter V8 that powered all the Boss 302s, the track-focused Laguna Seca incorporates a stiffer, adjustable suspension, extra aggressive bodywork, improved brake cooling and, within the case of this one, a rear seat and heater delete to save lots of weight. It additionally got here with a particular TracKey that made it sound angrier and reply higher whereas doing laps.
The few miles it has on it should’ve been racked up simply shifting it round and protecting its working gear lubricated on personal property, as a result of the vendor claims the silver and purple coupe has by no means been “raced or abused.”
The Laguna Seca had an unique base value of $48,000 and was named a “future traditional” by Hagerty, however they usually change arms for round $40,000 in the present day. At the very least typical ones do.
As with every ultra-low mileage automotive at an public sale – like this Buick GNX with eight.5 miles on it that offered for $200,000 – there’s no telling how excessive the worth will go on this one till the hammer comes down on the Barrett-Jackson Palm Seashore occasion on Friday, April 12.
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